Java Code Examples for com.l2fprod.common.swing.renderer.DefaultCellRenderer#setShowOddAndEvenRows()

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Example 1
/**
 * Adds default renderers. This method is called by the constructor
 * but may be called later to reset any customizations made through
 * the <code>registerRenderer</code> methods. <b>Note: if overriden,
 * <code>super.registerDefaults()</code> must be called before
 * plugging custom defaults. </b>
 */
public void registerDefaults() {
  typeToRenderer.clear();
  propertyToRenderer.clear();

  // use the default renderer for Object and all primitives
  DefaultCellRenderer renderer = new DefaultCellRenderer();
  renderer.setShowOddAndEvenRows(false);

  ColorCellRenderer colorRenderer = new ColorCellRenderer();
  colorRenderer.setShowOddAndEvenRows(false);

  BooleanCellRenderer booleanRenderer = new BooleanCellRenderer();

  DateRenderer dateRenderer = new DateRenderer();
  dateRenderer.setShowOddAndEvenRows(false);
  
  registerRenderer(Object.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Color.class, colorRenderer);
  registerRenderer(boolean.class, booleanRenderer);
  registerRenderer(Boolean.class, booleanRenderer);
  registerRenderer(byte.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Byte.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(char.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Character.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(double.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Double.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(float.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Float.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(int.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Integer.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(long.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Long.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(short.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Short.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Date.class, dateRenderer);
}
 
Example 2
/**
 * Adds default renderers. This method is called by the constructor
 * but may be called later to reset any customizations made through
 * the <code>registerRenderer</code> methods. <b>Note: if overriden,
 * <code>super.registerDefaults()</code> must be called before
 * plugging custom defaults. </b>
 */
public void registerDefaults() {
  typeToRenderer.clear();
  propertyToRenderer.clear();

  // use the default renderer for Object and all primitives
  DefaultCellRenderer renderer = new DefaultCellRenderer();
  renderer.setShowOddAndEvenRows(false);

  ColorCellRenderer colorRenderer = new ColorCellRenderer();
  colorRenderer.setShowOddAndEvenRows(false);

  BooleanCellRenderer booleanRenderer = new BooleanCellRenderer();

  DateRenderer dateRenderer = new DateRenderer();
  dateRenderer.setShowOddAndEvenRows(false);
  
  registerRenderer(Object.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Color.class, colorRenderer);
  registerRenderer(boolean.class, booleanRenderer);
  registerRenderer(Boolean.class, booleanRenderer);
  registerRenderer(byte.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Byte.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(char.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Character.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(double.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Double.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(float.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Float.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(int.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Integer.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(long.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Long.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(short.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Short.class, renderer);
  registerRenderer(Date.class, dateRenderer);
}